What are the small roof tiles called?

What are the small roof tiles called?

Eaves (or Top) Tiles Short tiles used in a single course to give a double course of tiling at the eaves. A single course of short tiles is also used both sides of the ridge.

What size is a plain tile?

268 x 165 mm

Plain Tile Technical Data
Size 268 x 165 mm
Minimum Pitch 35°
Maximum Pitch 90° subject to fixing specification
Minimum Headlap 65 mm 35 mm below 90° at 90°

How long do Redland 49 tiles last?

Ideal for a variety of roofing projects, these Redland tiles are incredibly sturdy with unique manufacturing techniques and extensive testing under tough wind conditions. They are guaranteed to last well into the future and offer no doubt about matching the average 50 year lifespan.

Who makes Redland tiles?

BMI Redland
With a UK manufacturing heritage in roofing going back to 1919, BMI Redland produces a comprehensive range of concrete and clay tiles, in both plain and profile formats; along with reconstituted slate tiles and an extensive collection of fittings, components and ancillaries.

What size are plain roof tiles?

Standard plain roof tiles typically measure 265x165mm. With a minimum headlap of 65mm and a maximum batten gauge of 100mm, these tiles will give a covering capacity of 60 tiles per metre squared.

What is plain tile?

Plain tiles They are a simple rectangular shape and fairly small in size, commonly 265 x 165 mm. Plain tiles have to be laid double lapped, which means there have to be two layers of tile throughout the roof and at the end laps of the tiles the top tile must overlap the tile two below it.

What is a plain tile?

What are rosemary tiles?

The Rosemary name is synonymous with clay plain tiles, adding distinction and character to pitched roofs for over 175 years. Today, a range of single and cross-camber tiles combine the quality of hand-crafted clay with the reliability of modern machine-made techniques.

Does Moss damage concrete roof tiles?

All roofs are susceptible to moss growth, but moss is particularly common and damaging to tiled roofs. If left unchecked, it can lead to a number of serious long-term issues. Not only will moss make your roof look quite unsightly, it can also cause structural damage and block your home’s drainage system.

Where are Redland tiles made?

Today the product is produced at Redland’s clay plant in the midlands and in many merchants you are still likely to hear roofers asking for a Rosemary when they want a plain clay tile.

What size are clay tiles?

Interlocking tiles Traditional examples include clay pantiles and roman tiles, although since the 1970’s the majority have been manufactured from concrete. They are commonly around 420 x 300 mm and can be laid to angles as low as 15°.

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